Rising Rookies: Here are the Names of the 2017 NBA All-Rookie Teams!

These rookies had a great start in their NBA career. At an early stage, they were given an opportunity to make a big impact with their team and they did just that.

These players are who you need to watch out for in the coming years as they are poised to make bigger impacts with their respective teams.
NBA All-Rookie Teams Announced!
1st-Team All-Rookie:
Malcolm Brogdon, Milwaukee Bucks
Dario Šarić, Philadelphia 76ers
Joel Embiid, Philadelphia 76ers
Buddy Hield, Sacramento Kings
Willy Hernangómez Geuer, New York Knicks

Who Will Win 2015 NBA Rookie of the year ? Towns, Porzingis or Okafor?

We are mid way down the season and its no surprise that the 3 big men from this year’s draft is leading the competition. 

Lets break it down by the numbers

Towns – 15.4 points, 9 rebounds, 2 blocks 27.9 minutes per game

Porzingis – 13.3 points, 8.1 rebounds, 2 blocks playing 27.4 Minutes per game

Okafor – 17.9 points, 5 rebounds, 1.4 blocks playing 32.4 Minutes per game

Out of the 3, Okafor has the biggest responsibility because he is the only option for this team, while Towns and Porzingis have better team mates. 

Highlights:

Karl Town’s monster game 21pts 12 rebounds 6 blocks against Magic on 11/18/2015.




Jahlil Okafor’s monster game 26 points, 7 rebounds 4 blocks against Raptors on 11/11/2015



Kristaps Porzingis Scary, Monster Game 24 points, 14 rebounds 7 blocks against Houston 11/21/2015




Who is my pick? Sorry I am a homer Towns for me. Who is your bet?

Written by:
Aldrin
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Andrew Wiggins only rookie to get unanimous 1st team

NBA Rookie of the year Andrew Wiggins is the only unanimous selection for the 2014-2015 NBA’s All Rookie First team. He received a total of 130 first team votes from sportswriters and associated broadcasters from USA and Canada.

Wiggins led all rookies in PPG 16.9 points and completed all 82 games, as a Rookie he also ranked fourth in minutes played per game 36.2 mpg. Wiggins is also the first Canadian-born to win Rookie of the year, he is also the first Twolves player to win the award.

Below is the complete team for NBA All-Rookie team – First and Second team.

2014-15 NBA All-Rookie Team Results

Player Team First (2 pt) Second (1 pt) Total
Andrew Wiggins Minnesota 130 260
Nikola Mirotic Chicago 128 2 258
Nerlens Noel Philadelphia 125 2 252
Elfrid Payton Orlando 121 8 250
Jordan Clarkson L.A. Lakers 74 52 200
Player Team First (2 pt) Second (1 pt) Total
Marcus Smart Boston 28 86 142
Zach LaVine Minnesota 22 91 135
Bojan Bogdanovic Brooklyn 7 93 107
Jusuf Nurkic Denver 3 91 97
Langston Galloway New York 7 58 72
Data from NBA.com